Roberts, William S.

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William S. Roberts (b? - Oct. 21, 1867) was a masonry contractor in Salem who built the East India Marine Hall. His other work around Salem included the Bowker Block,

St. Peter's Church and the Salem Jail, the old granite Railway Station that was razed in the 1950's and portions of the Custom House.

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